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OakThorn Digital University

All OakThorn Digital University courses are offered in a variety of formats and delivery modalities to afford optimum flexibility and an enhanced learning experience.  Course materials include hands-on exercises, best practices, and checklists designed to strengthen the skills, capabilities and procedures necessary to thrive in a changing, fast-moving, and highly technical environment.

Delivery Options

Oakthorn Digital University is able to leverage its partnership with CompTIA to offer a number of globally recognized certifications such as A+, Network+, Security+, and others.  

Blended Learning

Blended learning is a method of instruction that combines traditional face-to-face classroom methods with online learning activities. In a blended learning setting, students have some degree of control over their learning environment and the time, place, and pace of their learning. This type of learning allows students to access course materials, complete assignments, and collaborate with peers online, while still having the support of an instructor and classmates in the classroom.

In Person Courses

In-person learning is a type of teaching that takes place in a physical location, such as a classroom, lecture hall, or library. In-person learning typically involves direct instruction from an instructor, such as lectures, discussions, and demonstrations.

Virtual Learning (Live)

Live virtual learning is a type of instruction that takes place over the internet using audio, video and other digital tools. It enables students to interact with their teachers and classmates in real-time, allowing them to learn from home or any other remote location. Course materials and lectures are typically delivered via video conferencing software, and students can participate in online discussions and activities.

Virtual Learning (On Demand)

Virtual on-demand learning is a type of e-learning that allows learners to access course materials and learning resources at any time, from any location. It is typically used in an asynchronous format, meaning that learners can access the course materials and resources at their own pace.

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